Frank Sinatra, one of the greatest entertainers in the world, has not been forgotten to this day: his songs such as “My Way”, “Strangers In The Night” or “New York, New York” brought him world fame and he is considered one of the most influential personalities in pop music of the 20th century. His life was glamorous between Las Vegas and New York, on stages all over the world, his marriages to Nancy Barbato, Ava Gardner or Mia Farrow were passionate, his relations to the Mafia and politics were mysterious.
“That’s Life – The Frank Sinatra Story” by successful producer Oliver Forster (including “Falco – The Musical” and “BEAT IT! – The Show about the King of Pop!”) Impressively shows Sinatra’s incomparable career, but also addresses the downside of his glamorous life. The Las Vegas show presents “Frankie Boy’s” greatest hits and transports the audience back to the legendary times of swing with its big bands.
Frank Sinatra was a man to whom every conceivable superlative in popular music was applied. Over the course of his career, he managed to maintain an unmistakable style and always stay at the forefront of commercial success despite opposing trends. This is how he became one of the most important characters in the American and international music business. With over 1,800 song recordings, 60 film roles, nine Grammys and an Oscar, he has broken all records in the entertainment industry to date.